I'm trying to figure out how to create a macro for a project at work. Basically, think of a spreadsheet with 5 tabs, but the information in Tab 1-Column D is the same in Tab-4 Column D and Tab-5 Column D. When I insert a row, though, I have to go to each tab, insert the row, and copy down the formulas from the row above to ensure the flow-through stays true. This can get very tedious.
Does anyone have a template or tips on a macro that would, in essence, work like this:
a) Highlight the row above which a row should be inserted
b) Trigger the macro
c) A row is inserted above the highlighted row in Tabs #1, #4 and #5
d) The information from the row above the inserted row is copied down to the new row in each of the three tabs.
I have 2 workbooks. The workbooks have 36 tabs for each department. Workbook 1 are current charges for the departments and workbook 2 is the revenue for each department. I would like to take the top 2 rows from workbook 2 and add them to workbook 1 at the bottom of each tab. I was able to get it to work to a specific row but the workbook 1 has variable rows for each tab.
I was wondering if there was a way to arrange the sheet tabs in a workbook to appear in multiple rows, thus negating the need to scroll. I have a workbook with a large amount of sheets and wanted all the sheets to be easily accessible.
If that is not possible is there a way to truncate the visible sheet names so that only the first four or five characters are shown, without actually changing the sheet names themselves?
I am looking to write a macro that will take 5 sheets and paste the rows into 1 summary tab. The names of the sheets are, CMH, ORD, JFK, LAX, and MIA. There are other sheets in the book but I donít want any information from them. The five sheets have the same columns. I want to paste only the rows of the last entry for Origin and Forwarder. I have enclosed an example. So in rows 2 & 3 we have the same Origin-Forwarder combo but I only want the most current which would be row 3. Some Origin-Forwarder just has one entry so of course I would want that one.
I am creating a spreadsheet to track customer data and need to reference certain cells in individual customer tabs to a master sheet that contains every customer. Each customer will have his own tab, each tab having the same layout, and each client will also have their own row on one master sheet within the same workbook.
My question is, is it possible to reference the specific cells in the clients individual tab to the master list once, and then everytime I copy a new client tab, the referenced cells in that tab are immediately referenced to the corresponding client (new) row in my master sheet within the same workbook?
I would like this Macro to run on 6 different tabs in a worksheet as one Macro. It is currently only running on the active sheet. The tabs that I need it to run on are labeled "Totals" "New" "Used" "Service" "Parts" "Other Income-Ded"
Sub ExpenseAnalysis2012() Dim rngSource As Range Dim rngDestination As Range Set rngSource = Range("D3:E90") Set rngDestination = Cells(3, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Offset(0, 2) rngSource.Copy rngDestination.PasteSpecial (xlPasteValues) End Sub
I have a macro that takes data in rows 1 through 500 from many tabs and collects them in the summary tab.
I would like to write a macro that only selects rows that have data in Column A. Therefore, reducing the number of rows copied from all tabs from 500 to only a few that contain data that I really need.
I'm not very good with macros and I need to create a macro that copies data from one excel worksheet into multiple other worksheet tabs in the same workbook. I have 8 columns and thousands of rows of data. The spreadsheet is sorted by column E.
In column E, there are about 25 different values going down throughout the spreadsheet. I would like the data for each of these Column E categories to be copied over to a new tab in the spreadsheet with the tab name as the value in E. So in the end there would be the main tab, and then 25 new tabs with the filtered data. Does anyone already have a macro that will do this?
I would like to have my macro code search column A (supplier numbers) and split the rows into groups of rows of 5 or less and then insert 3 blank rows between each group of rows. The split needs to start on a new supplier number and cannot split a supplier number into two different groups. Here is a sample:
I'm a macro novice and have been trying to teach myself how to write the correct one for a task I need to do, but I cannot seem to get it right. Basically, I have bunch of data and for one of the variables, different values are separated by commas. What I want is to create a row copying the info below for each piece of data after the comma.
A B C D
I suspect there is a fairly easy way to do this, but I cannot figure it out from searching the forums (or rather, I can't get it to work right).
I am trying to create a workload spread sheet for work I need to have the same looking spread sheet 365 times but also need each sheet to be dated, EG (tue,01/04/2014 through to tue,31/03/2015) I can create 365 tabs that have the same spread sheet on and I can create dates but not do both at the same time, it isn't fun doing copy and paste 365 time.
I have never written a macro and when I record one I usually have trouble with the relative references.
I am trying to write a macro to transform formulas into values every month.
I want to transform formulas:
- across a range of tabs: each tab is exactly alike and is named page-1 to page 25 - on a different column every month (same column across all tabs) - on the same rows: L168 to L227 and L266 to L277 (same rows across all tabs)
I'm pasting a lot of data into a spreadsheet and then using a macro to split the data into three different sheets/tabs. I'm doing this by simply copying entire columns. Each sheet/tab has a headings row and autofilters added so that my boss can filter on certain manufacturers in one of the columns.
The problem is that when he selects a manufacturer, at the bottom left corner of the screen it shows the number of records, which at the moment will be something like "6 of 65211".
The actual sheet only has a few hundred rows (not 65211). So how do I delete all the blank rows beneath my data using a macro or vba code?
As an extra point, I'd like to use column B to check for blank rows (not column A).
Need code to insert multiple rows. I would like to be able to click a command button and have the number i have entered in a textbox be the number of rows inserted in the spreadsheet above a static cell like A12.
I need to figure out a way to automatically insert rows and copy data on multiple selected sheets. for example, if i insert a row anywhere on sheet 3, i need that same row inserted in the same location with the cells populated with the same data on sheets 4, 6 and 9.
way to automatically insert rows and copy data on multiple selected sheets. for example, if i insert a row anywhere on sheet 3, i need that same row inserted in the same location with the cells populated with the same data on sheets 4, 6 and 9.
I need to insert a blank row between each row of data under my headers (not the immediate row) until I reach the end of the particular table. I then move down to the next header and repeat the process.
I have a large list of cells in excel: 15, 33, 90, 102, 149, 159, 217, 228, 238, 247, 305, 312, 369, 417, 428, 486, 538, 548, 606, 621, 671, 679, 737, 805, 816, 874, 915, 923, 981, 1029,1038 .
Under each of these cells I would like to insert 20 blank rows. I have tried various codes but i'm struggling with the fact that as soon as I insert 20 rows at cell 15, all the other cellnumbers change.
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I have a worksheet that includes the list of buildings in an area and the number of households in each building. I want to list the households on separate rows and to number them from 1 to x according to the total number I have. Is it possible to do this using a macro, if so, how?
I've created a macro to assign to a button that inserts a row above say row 10, then another macro to assign to a different button that inserts a row above row 20. My problem is, having clicked the first button a row is inserted above row 10 but of course row 20 now becomes row 21, so now I need the second button to insert a row above row 21 instead of 20.
Is there any way I can write a macro that remembers the old row numbers?